Behold the Caorda Time Lord.
Original source (which I wrote. ) We love backtracking to fix things right? Ya, me to. On a website a backtrack can cost thousands and sometimes a renders a complete rewrite. Really though, it would have to be a monumental
After a ton of reading I decided on my latest trail runners; the Altra Lone Peak 1.5’s. Last year I made a significant change to my running style and migrated (gradually) to landing on my mid-foot instead of pounding away
OK, holy wow, that was hard… Well, that’s to be expected. This time, Bryan and the MOMAR planning team brewed up a new kind of hurt for us to navigate through. The attrition rate at CP #12 was intense with
Since I am a Social Network strategist and SEO thingy guy I am all over the net. Today I came across Tumblr’s homepage and something caught my eye. Something very familiar. Holy Sh**! They’ve posted a photo of an old
Website Transition Recap In my last article I had described in detail what sorts of risks were present when looking specifically at website traffic during a redesign. Assuming that the Page URL’s, site navigation and page content may change, this